I have just gotten the notice that I am banned from flagging. I have raised 227 flags and have only had 8 declined. In the last week, 3 of my flags have been declined. One I can understand the answer was subsequently edited and I didn't retract the flag, but the other two were for one sentence non-answers which were already downvoted at the time (and I recall at least one of them had a comment from review, indicating others have flagged them as well, but if so, they're gone).
The first answer:
If you use Windows as OS, it's only a Registry setting to change the CPU show ss a different.
This seems like a VLQ answer to me. It is poorly written, does not answer OP's question, and gives no explanations. It's better as a comment (and might not be good even then).
The second answer:
You can simply Write KOW insted anything else in the register, so it will show what you have writen.
This answer also seems low-quality. It does not answer the question and frankly makes no sense.
As I have seen far better answers proactively deleted by moderators, and have successfully flagged many answers that were higher quality which were subsequently deleted, I am not sure why this resulted in a flag ban. I know that under 75% flag acceptance triggers a ban. I am at 96%.
I have a few questions:
What triggered the ban, given that I have 96% acceptance?
When will the ban be lifted, and will it have any lasting repercussions?
Can I contest the ban?
What should I do to avoid this in the future? I am already careful with my flags.